color taste

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col·or taste

a form of synesthesia in which the color sense and taste are associated, with stimulation of either sense inducing a subjective sensation in the associated sense.
Synonym(s): pseudogeusesthesia

col·or taste

(kŏl'ŏr tāst)
A form of synesthesia in which the color sense and taste are associated, with stimulation of either sense inducing a subjective sensation in the associated sense.
Synonym(s): pseudogeusesthesia, colour taste.

col·or taste

(kŏl'ŏr tāst)
Synesthesia in which color sense and taste are associated, with stimulation of either sense inducing a subjective sensation in the associated sense.
Synonym(s): colour taste.
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This highly poisonous gas has no colour taste and smell, making it impossible to detect without an alarm.
Oleifera extract Flavour additive Sample Appearance Colour Taste Flavour of samples Control(no flavour) A 1 1.
During his visit, he requested changing the facade of one of the buildings that was painted as a model, stressing the need to adhere to colour tastes in various cities and provinces in the project.
50 The gourmet's choice of lip gloss - each colour tastes and smells like a different ice cream.